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100 laps before he turns 100: How to raise $25m for the NHS

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100 laps before he turns 100: How to raise $25m for the NHS

100 laps before he turns 100: How to raise $25m for the NHS

WWII veteran Tom Moore’s fundraiser captured imaginations and brought in over $25m for the UK National Health Service.

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